Two Jewish Berlins, Divided by the Wall

With the fall of the Berlin Wall 25 years ago, the city’s two Jewish communities, invisible to one another for so long, suddenly came face-to-face.


Building Jewish Life on the Rubble of the Berlin Wall

25 years ago, the fall of the Berlin Wall offered a new lease on life for German Jewry. But it’s a very different community than anyone imagined, Michael Brenner writes.


Settler Yeshiva Battles IDF Over...Treadmills?

In their battle with the Israeli military, the extremist West Bank settlers of Yizhar have proclaimed a modest — if bizarre — victory.


Using Ex-Nazis as Spies? I Saw It Happen.

America covered up its use of former Nazis as spies during the postwar period, but one Jewish veteran says he saw it firsthand. He talks to Josh Nathan-Kazis.

Divesting From Immorality

EDITORIAL: The campaign to get universities to divest from fossil fuels is failing. Institutions don’t get that climate change is a moral issue — and one they can do something about.

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